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The Mob Museum, Las Vegas

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.4/5 based on 5,000+ reviews on the web
Experience the grisly world of organized crime at The Mob Museum. Artifacts and displays outline the history and shocking stories of mob crime in the United States, as well as the law enforcement initiatives designed to combat it. Begin your self-guided tour on the third floor by watching a short film about the history of organized crime. Learn about the mob's involvement in drugs, gambling, prostitution, and bootlegging. Interactive displays allow you to hold Tommy gun and listen to genuine FBI surveillance tapes. Be aware that some visitors may find a number of items disturbing, such as the bloodstained wall where the St. Valentine's Day Massacre took place and photos of corpses. Add The Mob Museum and other attractions to your Las Vegas trip itinerary using our Las Vegas trip itinerary maker.
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  • This place is full of facts and photos. On three floors, starting from the top is shows the history of the mob from the beginning. Photography is allowed too but no videoing. Al Capones pistol is ther...  read more »
  • definitely worth a visit... very informative and lots of material to read and look at. We spent a good couple of hours here - too much information to rush through. Gives a good history of the Mob acro...  read more »
  • I went along with a group of friends and enjoyed every minute! There is a lot to see and take in! I learned a lot and even the building has a history. The hop on hop off tour bus stops at the door and...  read more »
  • Very inforational and fun. Liked the photo stands and it was a nice activity. I would definitely go again cause I didn't read everything and I would love to
  • Cool place. Very interesting and well layed out etc, I learnt alot
  • I was looking forward to this visit and I wasn't disappointed in the slightest. Super-friendly staff, lots of interactive and multi-media displays. There were plenty of photo opportunities and the gift shop had a lot of neat stuff. I highly recommend this to anyone in.terested in the subject, though I strongly caution against bringing young children. There's a lot of graphic material (crime scene photos, descriptions of murders and a display of actual murder weapons), but nothing gory.
  • Well designed layout. Built to entertain you. My visit was paired with a conference who rented the building for the night (6-8:30pm) The catered food was amazing (not sure if it was offered from the museum or my group, but you may consider hosting an evening event here. Very interesting walk through the darker times of mobile influence in Las Vegas.
  • Didn't like my guide so i fell back with another group. I wish i had had more time to enjoy. Plan for most of a day to see all the cool stuff they have. Must see.
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